Stories…*of a Revolution!

Via on Jan 16, 2009

A couple of years ago in Paris,

I met this girl, Megan Dally.

verygreen

Megan Dally.

She told me that she was already kind of famous,

through myspace;-)

“What is this myspace” I said. “I don’t like the sound of it.”

Megan was very green,

young, I mean.

And sometimes she stole things…

but so did I.

We think they’ll forgive us.

We learned that two is better…


two.

We live with trees,

we go by maps,

We are better as two.

Now we fight crime together.

To see more of the revolution that we are spinning click*

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About Joana Smith

Who I'd like to meet: Superman's Children, eco-warriors, truck drivers, persephone, roller derby queens, nurses, scientists, givers, priests, yogi, storytellers, people who don't know right now, playwrights, philosophers, people who are more visual, people who hop trains, performers, poets, seamstresses, activists, Spider-Man, kids, rangers, Snow White, dj's, massage therapists, people who work with their hands, bunnies, sportsracers, people who work in offices, dancers, baristas, artists, cleaners, climbers, Jeff's sister, Colbert, Skiers, Bikers, skaters, surfers, ani, people who are recovering, trees (and flowers), people who will die soon, gardeners, horses, Jolie-Pitt, soon-to-be mothers, margie's daughter, astronomers, people who are scared, girls who wear black and listen to the Smiths, cuffmakers, lambs, Miranda July, the man in the moon, Bono, people from 'round here, Obama...

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